Tape Slitting and Other Special
Over 20 years of experience in lathe (normal),
score and razor slitting tapes, adhesives, papers,
films, foils, foams, etc.
The method is for producing multiple cuts per
cycle. This has a longer set-up time than baloney
slitting. The process actually rewinds the material
layer by layer across a set of pre-spaced knives
and spacers, onto a rewind shaft that is set with
pre-slit cores and spacers, with each individual
slit roll wound on individual tension-controlled
Creasing or bending line that assists subsequent
The common method of slitting pressure sensitive
tapes, producing rolls per step or per cycle.
Also referred to as lathe slitting, lever or single-knife
cutting. This process features quick-setup and
economical per-slit cost.
Also referred to as level winding, spool wound
and reel wound.
The typical form of a roll of tape where each
layer is directly on top of the next one. Also
referred to as planetary wound.
or Single Wound: Often used in reference
to pressure sensitive tape when comparing them
to linered tapes. Each subsequent layer has the
exposed adhesive in direct contact with the backing
of the previous layer.
Produces a series of cuts or holes that allows
pieces to be continuous yet separate with ease